This puzzle is a real test of observation as children need to look closely at the picture on the right so they can complete their own Statue of Liberty.
Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty stands on Liberty Island in New York harbour.The statue commemorates the American Declaration of Independence. It was a gift from the people of France and was dedicated in October 1886.
Made from copper, it was designed by French sculptor Frederic Bartholdi and represents Libertas, the Roman goddess of liberty. She has a broken chain at her feet and she holds a torch and a tablet inscribed with Roman numerals proclaiming the date July 4th 1776, the date of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
Fun fact: The official name of the statue is ‘Liberty Enlightens the World’
Follow the steps carefully and our printable learn to draw tutorial will soon have you drawing the Statue of Liberty.
Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness ... these words were written into the American consitution. Here's a challenging acrostic poem printable to encourage children to think about what liberty really means. There are 4 variations of our acrostic poem printable in this pdf file.
Here is a starter handwriting worksheet for younger kids, which asks them to finger trace the word "liberty" before colouring in the picture of the Statue of Liberty.
Trace the word "liberty" until confident, then the kids can write it themselves on the last line and colour in the picture of the Statue of Liberty.
Here is a word tracing worksheet that is perfect for Fourth of July or when learning about the US constitution. Colour in the picture of the Statue of Liberty and trace the word.
The children on this postcard are having fun visiting the Statue of Liberty in New York! Would you like to visit the USA? What would you write in a message to someone at home? Make this postcard and have a go at writing on the back.
The Statue of Liberty stands in all its glory in this wonderful colouring page - fun for a visit to New York, perhaps?
The second of our Statue of Liberty colouring pages features a simple cartoon image making it perfect for younger children.
Using a grid to help you draw gives you a guide to size and position. The Statue of Liberty has lots of details so children can make lots of use of the grid as they copy the picture.
Write a newspaper story about the opening of the Statue of Liberty or use your imagination to write a story abot the Statue of Liberty being stolen on our newspaper prompt.
The flame is missing from the Statue of Liberty's torch, can your children make one? What about some play dough firworks to create a July 4th scene.
Print and display this Statue of Liberty oster for July 4th or as part of a US history project. It could also be used as a project cover.
Here's a fantastic poster of the Statue of Liberty to print out.
Fun Fact: There are 354 steps inside the Statue of Liberty and she wears a size 879 shoe!
Inspire children's writing with our Statue of Liberty story paper. They could write about a visit or they could imagine they are the statue and tell a story from her perspective.
This writing prompt is a 3 fold leaflet. Children need to research the information to write a Statue of Liberty tourist leaflet. Encourage them to think carefully about the information they might want to include and the style that they need to write in.
Our Statue of Liberty writing page is perfect for children to present the results of their own research. We have colour or black and white versions.